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Smooth Skin The Smart Way
The Skin Smoothing Filter is part of Adobe’s new Neural Filters workspace, which features a selection of filters that employ artificial intelligence to analyze image content and determine which areas to affect. Skin Smoothing can automatically recogn
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Emma’s Tips For Shooting Authentically
The very nature of a documentary session means that you’ll be with a family for longer. Their daily life will take you on a journey of many different activities and scenarios, so you will never be short of variety and content to tell their story. Ins
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Antonina Mamzenko
As a documentary family photographer, you do not alter or interfere with the scene, just as a photojournalist would not pose people or alter the environment they are in while documenting a story for an assignment. I have always been attracted to this
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Contributing Photographers
Emma has won several Documentary Family Awards, including Best Overall and Environmental Portrait categories twice in a row, and has also been shortlisted for the British Photography Awards. www.emmacollinsphotography.co.uk @emmacollins_photography A
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The Sigma Fp L Packs Even More Into A Compact Body
Sigma has confirmed the arrival of the Sigma fp L, featuring a 61MP full-frame sensor, hybrid autofocus system and 5x digital Crop Zoom. The new camera packs all these features and more into a body that’s the same size and shape as the original Sigma
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Alices’s Business Tips
Your primary job is to run a photography business, and being a photographer is second to that. Make sure that you do the business and financial planning that will enable you to make a living from your passion. Budget time for non-client work, includi
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Natural Family Portraits
It used to be the case that family photography took place within generic ‘family photography’ studios, and the photos themselves featured that iconic washed-out white backdrop, while the families posed with cheesy smiles. Documentary family photograp
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N-Photo is a monthly magazine for Nikon photographers, and is packed with technique and Photoshop video lessons every month. http://bit.ly/3atHLfO https://apple.co/2TNE26T A monthly magazine that aims to improve your photography with an inspirational
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Diana Hagues
I have been shooting professionally as a documentary family photographer since 2017, but my journey as a photographer started much earlier. Back then, I was still borrowing my dad’s compact film cameras and printing the negatives off from the film ro
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Love, Loss And Hope: A Year Of Lockdown In Britain
The Duchess of Cambridge has launched a book of photographs that tell the story of a year of lockdown in Britain – images that capture the loss and loneliness of the pandemic and the associated restrictions on daily life, but also moments of bravery,
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Alice Chapman
I still remember the moment that I realised documentary family photography was an established genre. I’d been photographing families since 2011, and I had always been drawn to what I thought were ‘outtakes’ or behind-the-scenes images. But I realised
Photography Week4 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Paint Your Garden
1 HOUR Light painting is a wonderful way to make the ordinary look extraordinary, and you don’t necessarily need to travel far to create photos that look out-of-this-world. In this project we’ll show you how to get set up to shoot eye-catching light-
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Xposure
“I shot this close-up of a hydrangea with my Canon EOS 5D Mark IV and EF 100mm f/2.8L IS Macro USM lens.” https://bit.ly/3vdJEYD “A derelict vehicle in the grounds of a disused school at Kirkjubaejarklaustur in southern Iceland.” https://bit.ly/3flC9
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Fujifilm Gfx 100s
www.fujifilm.co.uk £5,499/$5,999 The Fujifilm GFX 100S is the fourth model in the GFX series, inheriting the 102MP sensor from the GFX 100. However, it one-ups its predecessor by coming in a much smaller, DSLR-style body that boasts better image stab
Photography Week2 min de lecture
Emma Collins
My shift from lifestyle to documentary work was deeply influenced by my personal relationship with the camera and my own family photographs. In many ways I am very lucky; I adore my family and all our quirks, but as a working mum with three kids and
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Antonina’s Pro Shooting Advice
A documentary photoshoot can last anywhere from two hours to a whole 12-hour day with the family. It’s not about the length of a shoot that makes it documentary; it’s your approach and commitment to making photographs without direction or posing. The
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UK Commerical Sales Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Advertising Sales Manager Mike Pyatt michael.pyatt@futurenet.com Account Sales Director Matt Bailey matt.bailey@futurenet.com Head of Acquisitions Helen Harding International Licensing
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Enhance Your Light Paintings
It’s hard to get the exposure spot-on when light painting, and you might find that some areas look too dark or blown out. It’s best to shoot in raw, as raw files have greater dynamic range than JPEGs, which means you have greater headroom for recover
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
COLOUR Q&A
A lot of the problems that photographers experience when shooting colour images arise from misunderstandings about the science and technology of colour capture. However, even when you have a good grasp of colour theory and put this into practice, it’
Photography Week1 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Xposure
“A serene morning at Beachy Head in East Sussex, England. The sun had just risen behind some hazy clouds, giving a dreamy feel to the scene.” http://bit.ly/2NhWpjJ “This photo was taken during a studio fashion shoot, with my model Alice Zanaglio wear
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Introduction To Colour Harmony
Painters and interior decorators are all too familiar with colour relationships, as these play a critical part in the success of a design or painting. However, while photographers work with colour just as much, we often forget to recognise chromatic
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Photography Week
UK Commerical Sales Director Clare Dove clare.dove@futurenet.com Advertising Sales Manager Mike Pyatt michael.pyatt@futurenet.com Account Sales Director Matt Bailey matt.bailey@futurenet.com Head of Acquisitions Helen Harding International Licensing
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Sony Lauches Trio Of Compact Fe Prime Lenses
Hot on the heels of the high-end FE 50mm F1.2 G Master, Sony has revealed three new prime lenses at the opposite end of the size (and price) spectrum. The Sony FE 24mm F2.8 G, 40mm F2.5 G, and 50mm F2.5 G are compact, highly portable lenses, which be
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
The Evscope Equinox Is A Portable Smart Telescope
Unistellar has announced the eVscope eQuinox, a second-generation attempt at a ‘smart telescope’, with no eyepiece. If you’ve ever looked through a telescope at objects in the ‘deep sky’ then you’ll know that astronomy is all about the art of collect
Photography Week3 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Watch And Learn
If you’re interested in product photography but don’t have a home studio, consider lifestyle product photography instead. This niche genre is used to capture products in the real world, and images might depict an object surrounded by relevant props (
Photography Week1 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Apps
N-Photo is a monthly magazine for Nikon photographers, and is packed with technique and Photoshop video lessons every month. http://bit.ly/3atHLfO https://apple.co/2TNE26T A monthly magazine that aims to improve your photography with an inspirational
Photography Week3 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Edit Your Shots For Energy
Post-processing your digital images is an essential step in creating stunning colours, and the ability to shoot and edit raw files is central to the flexibility of digital photography for colour creation – having the option to choose the white balanc
Photography Week2 min de lectureScience & Mathematics
Nikkor Z 50mm F/1.2 S
www.nikon.co.uk £2,299/$2,099 There are two reasons why you might want this lens: fast shutter speeds and a tight depth of field. For anything else, there’s no point lugging around a big, heavy chunk of glass that’s nearly three times the weight of t
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